HC.Archives/HCS/HCS.001. Faculty Papers
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of Douglas H. Heath's typescripts of four of his books published between 1971 and 1994. They include "Lives of Hope" (3 folders), "Schools of Hope" (4 folders), "Fulfilling Lives" (3 folders), and "Humanizing Schools" (5 folders).
The collection contains Haverford professor Holland Hunter's correspondence, reports, minutes from various meetings, newspaper articles and handwritten notes pertaining to the establishment of an Engineering course at Haverford College, establishment of a Retirement Community in the Philadelphia area, debate over coeducation at Haverford and a debate over a legislation about the distribution of Soviet periodicals in the USA during the Cold War.
This collection contains the papers of Paul Channing Jefferson, associate professor emeritus of history at Haverford College. These papers include manuscript and published materials pertaining to Jefferson's scholarship, course materials, and Jefferson's doctoral thesis.
This binder contains different published obituaries and recognitions of the death of Rayner Wickersham Kelsey. It also contains a transcription of remarks made at his funeral and obituaries for his mother, father, and grandfather.
These papers consists primarily of correspondence between Haverford College Professor of Sociology Dr. Ira De Augustine Reid and various individuals regarding the forced surrender of his passport by the U.S. Department of State in 1952 due to Reid's suspected affiliation with the Communist Party.
The collection consists of lecture notes for various ethics, history, and geography classes taught by Daniel B. Smith at Haverford College. Various papers associated with Smith's lectures and his involvement in the Penn Literary Society are also included.
The collection contains a composition book with an essay entitled "John Fletcher and Drama" and associated notes written by Edward D. Snyder. John Fletcher was a Jacobean playwright. The composition book has a label on the front cover from Harvard Cooperative Society, suggesting that Snyder wrote the essay as part of his graduate work at Harvard University.
Volume of letters written by friends to Edmund H. Stinnes on the occasion of his 70th birthday on March 23, 1966.
The collection consists of a typed copy of an essay or speech by Howard M. Teaf entitled "Haverford in Wartime," discussing Haverford College's response to World War II and its aftermath.